[BleepingComputer] Google’s TensorFlow drops YAML support due to code execution flaw

TensorFlow, a popular Python-based machine learning and artificial intelligence project developed by Google has dropped support for YAML, to patch a critical code execution vulnerability. YAML is a convenient choice among developers looking for a human-readable data serialization language. […]

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